Population, Households and Housing Stock
Aboriginal Households

Households

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Alberta — Aboriginal Households

  Aboriginal Households Non-Aboriginal Households Total
Alberta 113,935 1,413,740 1,527,675
Bonnyville No. 87 MD 835 3,995 4,835
Brooks 370 8,140 8,510
Calgary 21,405 498,290 519,695
Camrose 510 7,545 8,055
Canmore 140 5,595 5,735
Clearwater County MD 350 4,310 4,660
Cold Lake 660 4,940 5,600
Edmonton 36,550 465,595 502,140
Foothills County MD 295 7,860 8,155
Grande Prairie 3,130 20,545 23,675
Grande Prairie County No. 1 MD 750 6,930 7,685
High River 280 5,090 5,370
Lac Ste. Anne County MD 480 3,865 4,345
Lacombe 285 4,510 4,800
Lacombe County MD 225 3,665 3,890
Lloydminster 1,615 11,380 13,000
Mackenzie County SM 295 2,790 3,090
Medicine Hat 1,920 29,580 31,500
Mountain View County MD 285 4,735 5,025
Okotoks 545 9,120 9,665
Red Deer 2,770 37,215 39,980
Red Deer County MD 385 6,710 7,095
Strathmore 385 4,760 5,150
Sylvan Lake 480 5,335 5,810
Wetaskiwin 735 4,385 5,120
Wetaskiwin County No. 10 MD 265 4,110 4,370
Wood Buffalo 3,745 22,480 26,225
Yellowhead County MD 460 3,845 4,310
Notes:
  • Where band housing is present, total dwelling counts are larger than the sum of owned and rented dwellings.
  • An Aboriginal household is one of the following: i) a non-family household in which at least 50 per cent of household members self-identified as Aboriginal people; or ii) a family household that meets at least one of two criteria: a) at least one spouse, common-law partner, or lone parent self-identified as an Aboriginal person; or b) at least 50 per cent of household members self-identified as Aboriginal people.